DC Experiences Transportation Delays Due To Snow

Where to catch your bus in Georgetown and Glover Park.

(WMATA photo)
(WMATA photo)
After about six inches of snow fell on Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, trains are experiencing malfunctions and several busses have been moved to snow emergency routes. 

Here is where you can catch your bus today, according to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority:

  • 80, New Hampshire Avenue NW: The bus will turn around at 19th Street NW and Virginia Avenue NW, and again at the circle where New Hampshire and Virginia Avenues NW meet. 
  • 96, 29th Street NW, Cathedral Avenue, Woodley Road: The bus will turn back at Duke Ellington Bridge.
  • D1/D2, Benton, 40th, Calvert and Edmonds Streets NW: The bus will run on Tunlaw Road and Calvert Streets to Wisconsin Avenue, but may move to 35th Street and Whitehaven Parkway if Tunlaw is hazardous. 
  • D6, Q Street NW: The bus will run on Resevoir Road. 
  • G2, P, O and Dumbarton Streets NW: The bus will run westbound via P Street and Wisconsin Avenue then eastbound via Q Street Massachusetts Avenue to Dupont Circle.
  • N2/N6, Cathedral Avenue: The bus will run on Massachusetts Avenue.
  • X3, 29th Street NW: The bus will turn back at Duke Ellington Bridge.  

Find additional snow routes for D.C. busses here

The blue, orange, green and yellow lines are all experiencing delays, according to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. The green line is single-tracking between U Street and Georgia Avenue.

allegraboutch@yahoo.com January 22, 2014 at 10:32 PM
Hang in there guys! Just got back from the North East so I definitely understand how frustrating this can be. I found that RideScout, an app a friend introduced me to, was really helpful for finding alternative modes of transportation. I just put in my location and it showed me the different ride options available in my area. Hope the weather clears up, I'll send a warm breeze up from Texas.


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